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by The American Specialty Toy Retailing Association   |   October 27   |   0 Comments
Approach KEVA from a whole new angle! This inventive game from Mindware has parents and toy-store owners cheering -- and it nabbed an ASTRA Best Toys for Kids award in the Learning Play category!

by The American Specialty Toy Retailing Association   |   October 13   |   0 Comments
Which happened first, the Salem Witch Trials or the foundation of Harvard College? Was Watergate before Woodstock?  Sure, it’s easy to know whether the discovery of America came before the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, but how well can you remember everything that happened in between?

by The American Specialty Toy Retailing Assocaition   |   October 6   |   0 Comments
Visual perception and reasoning skills are put to the test in a gravity powered logic maze!  Captivating kids and adults ages 8 and older, ThinkFun's marble run for braniacs will keep players entertained and learning for hours. Parents and Neighborhood Toy Store Owners love it so much that it nabbed an award for ASTRA's Best Toys for Kids in game play.

by The American Specialty Toy Retailing Association   |   September 22   |   0 Comments
Can You Rule the Roost? The object of Peek-A-Doodle-Doo is simple - just collect all twelve eggs and return them to the crate. Keep an eye on your fellow farmers and where they are moving chickens. One wrong move could really ruffle your feathers... a series of wrong moves and crack! You’re out of CLUCK!

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